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 By PA Sport

Barcelona cruise past Athletic Bilbao as Fernando Torres brace lifts Atletico

Paco Alcacer scored his first league goal as Barcelona cruised past Athletic Bilbao.
Paco Alcacer scored his first league goal as Barcelona cruised past Athletic Bilbao.
Barcelona legend Ronaldinho still believes the club are the best team in world football.

Barcelona moved within a point of Real Madrid with a straightforward 3-0 win at home over Athletic Bilbao on Saturday.

Paco Alcacer, Lionel Messi and Aleix Vidal provided the goals to help Barcelona close the gap at the top of La Liga, though Madrid still have two games in hand.

Alcacer scored his first league goal for Barcelona in the 18th minute, tucking the ball inside the post after Neymar cut the ball back to him from the endline.

Messi provided the second from a free kick from a tight angle...

 By PA Sport

Luis Hernandez leaves Leicester City for Malaga after only seven months

Luis Hernandez made four appearances each in the Premier League and Champions League for Leicester.

Leicester City have sold Luis Hernandez to Malaga after just seven months at the club.

The 27-year-old returns to Spain for around £1.75 million after only joining the Foxes on a free transfer from Sporting Gijon last summer.

Defender Hernandez made just four Premier League appearances for the champions but played in four of their six Champions League group games.

A Foxes statement read: "The club thanks Luis for his contribution during his time at Leicester City Football Club and wishes him...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Martin Demichelis signs short-term Malaga deal after Espanyol release

Martin Demichelis during a La Liga game between Espanyol and Eibar.
Martin Demichelis is set for a second spell with Malaga.

Martin Demichelis has signed a six-month contract to return to Malaga after being released by Espanyol.

Demichelis, 36, joined Espanyol in the summer after leaving Manchester City but his one-year contract was terminated halfway through after making only one appearance.

The...